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Understanding the Origin of Life: A Geologists Perspective

How did life form on Earth? Is there life elsewhere in the universe? These fundamental questions drive scientists to explore other planets, as well as deep within our own Earth, in search for answers.
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Understanding the Origin of Life: A Geologists Perspective

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30 Jan, 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm IST
Zoom

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How did life form on Earth? Is there life elsewhere in the universe? These fundamental questions drive scientists to explore other planets, as well as deep within our own Earth, in search for answers. In this talk, join Luke Steller, PhD candidate from the Australian Centre for Astrobiology (ACA), as he presents his teams latest research on the importance of geology in the origin of life. Learn how the ACA’s findings, including the recent discovery of 3.5 billion year old hot springs fossils, is fuelling a new scientific revolution changing the way we view the way life formed on Earth From his work studying the geo-chemistry of Pilbara fossils and Himalayan hot springs, he will explain how exploring Earth’s extreme environments is providing new evidence that is changing our understanding of the origin of life on Earth.

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